Himanshi Khurana is a Punjabi actress, model, and singer. She came into the spotlight after featuring in the Punjabi song “Soch” by Hardy Sandhu.
Himanshi Khurana was born on 27 November 1991 (age 27 years; as in 2018) in Kiratpur Sahib, Punjab. Her zodiac sign is Sagittarius.
Khurana was a student of medical science in Ludhiana’s BCM Sr. Secondary School. Her father wanted her to become a nurse but Himanshi was more inclined towards artistic activities. When she was in her 11th standard, one of their family friends captured her photographs and noticed that Himanshi is very photogenic. He asked her to try modelling. On his advice, she took part in Miss Ludhiana Contest and came out as the winner of the show. In 2010, she remained one of the finalists in Miss PTC Punjabi. In the same year, she won the Miss North Zone contest. She, then, relocated to Delhi and started doing shoots for various brands. While she was in Delhi, Khurana was offered to feature in the music video of Kuldeep Manak’s “Jodi.”
Height: 5’ 5”
Hair Colour: Brown
Eye Colour: Greyish Green
Family, Caste & Boyfriend
Himanshi Khurana belongs to a Hindu Khatri Family. She is the daughter of Kuldeep Khurana, a government employee and Sumeet Khurana. Himanshi has two brothers, Hitesh Khurana and Apram Deep.
Himanshi Khurana was rumoured to be in a relationship with the Punjabi singer and actor, Ammy Virk.
She is engaged to Chow. Times of India
Himanshi Khurana made her debut in 2010, by featuring in the music video of “Jodi – Big Day Party.” Next, she featured in the music videos of the songs, “Supna,” “Fasli Batteray,” “Izhaar,” and “Naina De Buhe.” In 2013, Himanshi appeared in the music video of the song “Soch” by Hardy Sandu and received wide recognition for her performance. In the same year, she made her acting debut in the Punjabi Film Industry with the film “Sadda Haq.” She gained immense popularity for playing the role of ‘Sukhpreet’ in the movie. In 2015, she appeared in the lead role in the film “Leather Life.” During her career, Khurana has featured in several popular music videos including, “Taara” by Ammy Virk, “Insomnia” by Sippy Gill, “Mann Bharya” by B Praak, and “Palazzo” by Kulwinder Bill & Shivjot.
She has also tried her hands in singing with the song “High Standard.” In 2019, she released her song “I Like It.”
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In 2019, Himanshi Khurana went into a war of words with the Punjabi model Shehnaz Kaur Gill. It all started with an interview, in which Gill was asked to name one song that she disliked to which she replied “I Like It” by Himanshi Khurana. Shehnaz even posted a video on her Instagram handle calling Himanshi flop. Gill’s remarks didn’t go well with the actress and she got so infuriated that she went live through her Instagram handle and accused her of having a relationship with several guys including Khurana’s brother. The war of words did not end here but reached the phase where the two of them released songs targetting each other.
- Musicians: Master Saleem, Garry Sandhu, Gurdas Maan
- Colours: Black, Golden
- Actors: Tom Hanks, Robert Downey Jr.
- Singers: Babbu Mann, Beyonce, Ariana Grande
- Her hobbies include dancing, watching movies and reading books.
- Himanshi considers Parmod Sharma as her mentor.
- Himanshi is a huge fan of the Punjabi Singer Babbu Maan and she has also inked his name below her neck.
- She does not leave her home without a scarf, perfume, and a brow kit.
- Khurana has inked the words “Luv Mom” on her left wrist, the word “Resilience” on her right feet, the phrase “Made by Mom and Dad” on her back, and Punjabi singer “Babbu Maan’s” name just below her neck.
- Her family and friends fondly call her Daddu.
- She is an avid dog lover.
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